Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jun 18, 2015
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  • Jun 18-24, 2015
  • Vol. 32, No. 6
  • The Silent Partner
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News

  • Through the Cracks
  • Through the Cracks

    A push for reform may offer a lifeline to brain-injury victims behind bars
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  • Letters
  • I Mourn the Draftees

    In "Memorial Day Apathy" [Letters, June 4, City Weekly, June 4, 2015], Tom Nied complains that City Weekly didn't honor "our currently enlisted men and women" this past Memorial Day. He then goes on to complain about the paper's "apathy towards our servicemen and service women."

  • Slightest Provocation
  • News Quirks
  • Slightest Provocation

    Thirty people were asked to leave an America's Best Value Inn in Mason County, Mich., after a disagreement over the waffle maker in the buffet-style breakfast area. "It sounded like one lady walked up and asked the other lady if she was in line for the waffle maker," Sheriff Kim Cole said.
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Eat & Drink

Music

  • CrucialFest 5
  • CrucialFest 5

    CrucialFest, SLC's premier mostly-metal festival, rides the buzz
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  • Secret Abilities
  • Secret Abilities

    The geeks have taken over popular culture—including rock & roll
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